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‘The Goonies’ house in Astoria has sold

By Nicole Bales (The Astorian)
Dec. 2, 2022 10:57 p.m.
The exterior of the famous "Goonies" house in Astoria, pictured in November 2022.

The exterior of the famous "Goonies" house in Astoria, pictured in November 2022. The home will soon have new owners.

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After less than a week on the market, the famed house from the Oregon Coast set movie is sale pending.

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Jordan Miller, of John L. Scott Real Estate, who listed the private home in Uppertown at $1.65 million, said the buyers want to remain anonymous until the deal is closed.

He said the Goonies house and the home next door listed at $550,000 are being purchased by two friends who have been fans of the 1985 adventure comedy, “The Goonies,” since they were children.

The exterior of the famous "Goonies" house in Astoria, pictured in November 2022.

The exterior of the famous "Goonies" house in Astoria, pictured in November 2022.

Courtesy Lydia Ely / The Astorian

He said the buyers look forward to becoming a part of the community and preserving and protecting the home as an iconic landmark.

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A view of the Astoria-Megler Bridge from inside the famous "Goonies" house, pictured November 2022.

A view of the Astoria-Megler Bridge from inside the famous "Goonies" house, pictured November 2022.

Courtesy Lydia Ely / The Astorian

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